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THE DAILY CKITTC, FATTTtDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8, 1890.
The Daily Critic CITT KPKOIALS, T It Canttnncnl All ThH We. Pd lots rter through attd be coBTtnred' AtefrehttM T wenty three arttvies of feral ti ti to rjrntsh a ma romtvrete AH for v f em, consist m of one carpet , me, o hmbCT ndte wmftN, with chairs, table, sprfwr HiMIIMI, BtlNm, comfort, one rottat frt,twontwH.two islr luce rnrt.ln. one f 1 MrVm es, tMJe Bote. All pot np and IB mo eoOtTere for ormpanoy for the smalt W H HotrnnTot , Co , ms 10 F street atrthwet ltnttrten's w Kail Omuls. Tohti RwMcti, the pioneer Installment mvi, contfMly KicreA atMOand M 'eTen'h street riortHwwi, hj Inst retnrned from the east rtn market with an Immense supply of all kind of housekeeping goods, carpet', stores, roes. ew. Ton can fnrntsh yonr honse from cellar to turret, at this store, with cash pi ices, on the Installment plan. TO MAKE A TEST CASE. Mr. I'mmoll flnctl fritter the Otsll Hlchts l.tir. fatjot Fiwsell. the Ice crcm man, was in the IVHce Court this afternoon t barged with a rk.la.tlon of lira clvtl right act. Diirinf the latter rwrtof October MrMoml lfuller and Martha R. "Wilton went Into Mr FusteH's les cream parlor, ami they testified that h refusal to wrre them with cream. Mr. K It. Hay Mtil m the defetMlnnl atlntBey ami stated that he prop! to make a teat caae of tlili. Xo defense a mmlo. and by consent Judgment c f f 100 was uken aalnt Mr. KustwU. An appeal wan noted and the nocemiry Vonil was furnished. righting n Will. Halhetly Spear has filed a petition In Ihu .'rotate Court, in which he aika that the will of the late llnbert Spear tray not lw lulntllteil to nrobite. He litlkves that the decedent made no will, and that any papers filed purporting to be hie lust will and testament are fraud ulent. The petitioner also nltegig that Jlr Spear was not of sound mind at the time of Ida death, and that I lie ccecu lien of the will. If it wag ever signed by Spear, waa procured by fraud and do trptlon. Lecture on Astronomy. The first of Annies of scientific lec lures to be given every Friday nftor noon in the lecture hall of the Catholic University, was delivered yesterday by Hew Professor Ooorge 31. Searle, C. S. 1' director of the University Observa tory, upon tbu subject, "Astronomical Obscrvntorlcs " He rofcrred to the "transit Instrument" tlxed along the line of the meridian. The next lecture a 111 be by Profeseor Clarence K. Wood man, I'll. 1). C. S. l, on ihe topic, ' KHcltlclty In the Household." A Wtiuintr lleliitlnn, I.oulsn M. Ingllw, a woman whoso ndid Is somewhat unbalanced, Is re ceiving treatment at the I'rovideoct) Hospital. She claims that she Is from Kcwlittnr. Soinli Carolina, and It on ir way to Knuland. She labors under i r fnijreloti that she is Kady Koth- Hid and Is liHrudcM. Sanitary Oltlcer Kfank ha taken her case under con a h ration and will prolnbly nrovldo her m ib transportation to NVw York Mrs. Irpllw thinks that tbu KniIUa Consul vuil take care or her there. A llraltaniun Iujurel, AVblle making a coupling at the c rncr of Fifth ami K streets soutbeait. yesterday afternoon, Hobcrt TUarnton, a llaltlinore and Potomac lUUroad brake man, caught bit ft it In n frog uod fell. He iBanagetl to roll away from the tiuck ami bad a narrow escape from lx.lng Instantly killed. He, however, MiUalncd seiluus Injuries and was taken to his home in lialtlmore on an evening tiain. Mil. I Not IHaiurb the School. Officer Smoot had Clarence S. Homer arretted last night for loud ami boll tetnti talking and disorderly conduct at No. SO Fentott street. The oRense wss more rwitlcuUrly that of disturb lug the iiulet of tbu public tuhool in sttsioo on North Capitol street. Judge Sillier gave the defeadaot in under it ii ml that he could not dUturb the ichools and rlned him ?10 or thirty days. r.ntrrlutninrnt at St. Alojtlut1. The "pentagora" to be given by the laUUs of St. Aloysius' parish, has been pivm Into (be charge of the Young Ilea's Catholic Club by Father Mc Guik. The entertainment will occupy Ate tdghu, frm Kovumlwr 10 lo No vi tuber 14 Inclusive. A conert will Imj fivtn eaih evening ami IfcMi I'jiUwj IMukieal Uiub will alt at the coaelul lug entertalBRHMt. Tu Ilulil h lUimh nhuvr. At a meeting of the Washington City Ktsnel Club Isat evwlsg It was tie cWtd to bold a bench how oa Match 16, 17, 1 attd 10. U 1881. Urllcets for tic ikuiag tr were elected as I'ows President, Saw W. SiineMeU, vice pfeaitkMt, Frank V'. MwtUua, ncieUrv. Fretkficlc sb Webster, trea uitr, ThaouM G. Ctutlnuu t'ulurrti Uurixl. A csasutaMMt, altar jna of taUmnrng frs Usat71alMMSM iliitt, CsUivh, us Taitkb lfyag twerj Vaowai reatuilj, at Ut ix. q4 a (xcx-niAiou which (juwylntdy ureal ul Skved Ua. hot (Wis. An) ml I ivw froaa tni 4sea4lttl Ulaatise saeiMtig t ulf-tMttsrcwakl rtnifot avl(i l tro- motJ. X. Lnmah W'tutwa Um, Vw York, Hill Mctttwr the mnAa ttm el ilurgti. The Ifau ThU It Suekty of tU city kaii a itisuMT but night at Use bbi'iesuHsi, tkate nMis)t being lepto bt uisiivrt of th UeJveniiy of YUgtoi jilJ Jufcftu Hof41' at.ive chaptefe. 'lie KVmig w ylrantly pommI U tociai e svtttkrls. Wrutise nt eolWg lit.- m4 shigtstg of soaks, its port ei Iikd flOSB OUMir csafttets. la IuiWt MiIhuIiiui Mil il lit. A iMsr nf geml. w teimeseatfaig tl t Vitimm' AstoeUilun. No. . cille.I tixs Ik Co tatisfaxtrs yekitrday uil tiSLtstsf 4 tk tuttwrtl lagpfiMreau-aU t U. asaJs betwtee Hieatwixxl rtd nod l be ISnlrw Ikwocb The bjur-jvu-tuecu will be latcsestifig to several ih usm4 tfito who we pfijity Li ldcn iMiiiklssu la tist tocUity. 1 tm Xysile 'f etiai Club a decuie i i. cLaag to vau loth Myctte Club ji d pUj ptogKSkiw eucbrc duxbag the v iuWi sjsaatas, Tm iJlilag officer l-jse tatff ekcMid for the iww il ib Mr Y- . Bseoaaa. pteJdei liii Muik mif. trke cwbka. Mr 1 w.id Da.v, Mtctvtaxy, ao4 MU My tudivmi, 1 b sfctial saeeiteg of lb Botv4 "f '1 iinW o fomtdwr ha& lot Umj pmoae4 tcklMsMwa of thus ti uaiiailo l Vtu N tioju,J C'iiUl wUt be held MiaUy ivuiMKUt U la Arasfe UoteL The tnVifcfal,fa Ui t.ke tUi4 Aptii IS. IN, bUs. tJ"w' iiihhig ayrui) tiuui4 . p vol tut vaJUrea tautihuig it aouius the child, M4tus tb cuiuo, all y il lia, Wa Wlu4 bulk, 4bi tt Is Ui tMSt IttttMaif aW litMXlUSwU ttc a huttlSa i BUT THEY FIRED THE SALUTE. Jfet Until Connhternhle Ittntenlty Was I'annrt tteitlnz n l.weitran. Tire Centra! ItamtcnMtf Ceflifnlne esfanrenced some dlfflcnlty lmt even ing In wcmlng a loratlrtn for firing their white. The mlnte, however, w flnelly fired rm the ptetre of grmtwd wuthwest of 5erenteenth and It streets. The sutnte constated of fifty two guns, and wss fired by Mattery A of the Light Artillery tinder the command of Lieutenant A. P. llobMns. It was otlglntlly Intended to do the firing on the White Iit and a permit to that tffett had been granted by Msjnr Mortre snblect to the approval of Coloml !rnsi, Stiperintemlent of Pnbllc llnlldlnga and Grounds. Colonel Krmt refusetl permlssfrm, however, to allow the firing to take plsre on any Improvid reservation, as he ronld flml no precedent for doing so. Mr M. 1. Welter of Ihe IXtmocraUc Committee sr-rtitl the original permit gianieutn jnr5 to trt IK puhllc ins amt allow Ing a wtlnte of 100 juns to be fired on the Monument lot; bnt Colonel Ktnst tietslsteil In bis teful, and the eommlttee was oldlgetl to seek firing trrneds at Seventeenth ami 11 streets, where the salutes were suecessfullv fired. Colonel Krnest denies that politics hail anytUng to do with his refiml, sntl says that It was made In the Inter ests of the Improved properly. Wnnts n lllvoree. Sirs. Lrnn Thatch has filed a bill for divorce from John .1 11 Learch. The paillts were married April II, 1880, by the Itev. Mr Kbbinghnus, pastor of the lleformed Lutheran Church of this city. Mts. Lenrch alleges that her husband, a clerk In the City FostofHce receiving a salary of $100 per month, wilfully deeettrd her, leaving her dependent upon her own cfTorts for support and the rare of her two little children. For two rears prior to her abandonment she had been employed by S. Oppen hrlmcr A- Uro , nml her earnings wero applied to the support of the family. Mrs. Lcntch denies the accusations of her husband of Immoral conduct. She nslis for alimony and the custody of the. two children. Trial nf Urn Colored Usurer. Lewis 1). Green, the colored man ar rested the other day by Detectives Carter nnd Ho II for being nn unlicensed broker, appeared in Pollcu Court this nftotnoon. He was represented by General Van Manning nnd Colonel Cook, who asked for n continuance until next Wednesday. They will con tend that the loaning of money does not constitute btokuraco. There were stvcniren witnesses from the PKt office Department nnd Pension Ollke summoned who had borrowed money of Greui. Nin Niiprli4l...ilnit r Kurelcn Mali. Captain N M. llrooks or Virgin! i, thief clerk of the lorelgn malh' o!llo Postolllce Dipirtmciit, has been ap pointed superintendent of foreign malls to succcid Nicholas M. Hill, who re sifDul 111 Ihe early ptrt of the present Administration Captain llrooks has Urn chief clcik of the fotelgu malls for a numb.r of vests, and since Mr. Hull's icsUimtlnn has Iwi'ii acting as superin tCDiknl of lhat idMce. frevr fJiiHtler ror WIiii-mUiieIuI. Wlmoilaughils his taken rooms at 1 1C0 Q street northwest. The on Uro building will be devoted to the use of the various organ). Ulons of women. The enthusiastic support already given makes success certain, but, as "much stketh more," donations of books, pictures and brlc a bac are solicited. .Suitilunly Taken III, Augusts. Ot hum was taken sick at the bouse of engine company No. 7 latt eenlng. He was taken to his home. 1S07 Twelfth street northwest, In the second precinct patrol wagon and two physicians rummaned. Sir. Grimm Is attached to No. 7 engine company as a fireman. Muilu ffiilli lllaturlo M'ooil, A handsome oak gavel taken from a building in York, Pa., which was occu pied by the War Department ot the Continental Government In 1776, was prweuleil last evening by Comrade Ihtidel Jnhnsou to John F. HeynoJd. Post No. U, Department of the Potomac LEMON ELIXIR. It Wonderful Hired on the I.lver, Mnlimeh, HuwuU, KlUnej unci Illuml, Or. Moaiet ' liuoi uunr w a plMeaat Icmou drluk that poitlvly eurM all BUiousacM, Contliputlou, IikHwttou, lleatUcb, Malaria, Kldusy DisM. Ii litMiM, CohU, I.o of Appetite, fevw. CUJhi, lUotehes, PfiiipiM, I'aia la rUck, faJfiUnUMi of Heart, uh all othsr dismiss caused by JUofilerod Ihur, ssmbmh aad Lidaeys, Uw ltrt groat eaua of all fatal tlux, Fifty ctuts awl oe dollar fm hottla. Suitl by UruggivU. l'fvaafwl oitlj b) 11. Moilay, M. 1)., AthutU, Ua. I.cmn Hat Drops, Fur emigas aad eoUa, taka Laaoa lUt For un tatoat aad. twaaeUsb, Uka Lssaost liut Uum. For paMuaoaia sad hwyagsMt, take Lsainn list !. For rotsMuaptioa sad ralafrh. taka jwmim HUItHMIS. Fur aU throat aal luaar isssaaass. tpfcn Lfctuoa IIetlus Aa vhagaat aaa Mtlaeis fnmntim, ioid W On-tKUU. m caats var haSUa. rtaaMii by HTMuaiay. M. P.. Atlaaaa, Oa. An Old SiMIh'i IJeath WillUw SssMb, aa old soUiar, aad tui issmata of Use Soldiers' Ilaase, who was lakea with a ft of atioplaty oa IVawylvaaia aveaua. aaar Savaath Uietl. Tuesday aigkt, died at the Gir lUrld Hospital yeaittday aftiooa. 30LS MjaAX.FAKM, 1S78 W. BAIUSIC & OO.'S MM Cocoa 1 gituluUly smuw UUmOuM. No Chemicals U l pLiXUM uO. It llM ' b.'J (I c lAst araTjt A t -i nur HUtl U DmftrtWsl tu BM ct. uu laI ottfu U- UaaUs sWM U&. It ta tklJCMMUs, ItMiirialtattL J tytaintitly 4atfai tar lw4 J X if Uii WrtaM t fat-ialUt. ul4 by trnvwn 9utjfwhm W.1AJCJBB 4 Qn.Tkrnfcartsr, jfaas. UeWg COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF B-fgF uu 9itH4Mjf m n.vat. lM) U- ' r at:l 1b. &mu. M:i IM4M. 1 isli c i sj)U ur ViU Jelly. tiu iuiiil 4 kiiritt ul Uat cuiial W lurty Kiuudo vf Usji Urnf Wwatwa asUjr n.Ut wupsaaara Ml J is Ut.Mii, aavwaw aStwic, its W.u. l5,!B llii THE LITTLE JOKE ON QUAY- Smh rroeeertlnm Will !tnt Ilo Tnler atert In the 1'ntvire. The little joke rwrpwratetl upon tho m of Senator Qnay 1w Thnrsdsy at the City Postofflce will probably not re stilt in the discharge of any of the elerk. but the Postorfltw Department will iBvestlgate the matter and let the noetorrlce employes understand that It Is not safe to plsy jokes on Itermblicans In off ywirs. Postmaster Sherwood has submitted the written statements of Mr. Hell, snner Intendent of the dollvery system, and Mrs. Jiargsrct Watklns. regarding the affair, to Postmaster General Wana maker. It Is thought that Mrs. Wat kins will return to duty today or to morrow, and that no blame will be at tached to any of the postofflce offlrlils Mr Hell assumes the responsibility of the answer msde to young Qnty, but ssys lhat il was merely a nleassntry made among the clerks ami not Intended for anybody outside of the office. Morn Light for the City. The Commissioners have ordered the ttection of the following additional lamps- Three on the smith side of Msrjtand avenue, between Slvdh and Seventh streets northeast; one on the sruth side of Maryland avenue, lie twem r.ighth and Ninth streets north east; three on the south side of Mary land avenue, between Thirteenth nnd Fourteenth streets northeast, one on the north side of Maryland avenue, be tween Thirteenth ami Fourteenth streets northeast. Ihrcc on the south side of Maryland avenue, between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets northeast, one on the west side of Hleventh street, be tween II and I slrcels northeast. Four oil lamps will also be erected on School street southwest. Oon't Give Up The two of Ayer'i Sarsaparllla One bottle may nut cure "rlalit on" a complaint ot yean; penlst until a cure Is effected. As a general rule, unprotemetit follows shortly alter beRlmilng the use of this medicine. With many people, the effect Is Immediately noticeable, tail some constitutions are less susceptible to medicinal influences than others, ami the curatHe process may, there fore. In such cases, tie less prompt. Terse eranco In using this remedy Is sure of its reward at last. Sooner or later, lite most stubborn blood diseases J ield to Ayer's Sarsaparilla ' For several years. In the spring months, I used to lie troubled with a droy, tired feeling, ami a dull pain lit the small of my back, so bad, at times, a to proent my being able to walk, the least sudden mot on causing me severe distress. Frequently, bolls and rashes would break out on vsih.us parts of the body. Ity the atltlce of Ir end awl my family ivhj-loian. I lx-gan the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla and continued it till the poison In my blood whs thoroughly eradicated."-!. W. Ilngllsh. Montgomery City, SIo. "My )stem was all rim diiwtu my akin rough and of jellowlsb hue. I tried tarkxis remedies, ami while some of them nave me temporary relief, none of them did any per manent good. At last 1 lieiran to take Ayer's Sarsaparilla. continuing it exclusive ly for a considerable time, and am lead to say tliat it completely Cured EV9e. I presume my liver wo very much out of oriter, and tho blood impure In conswuK-uce. I feel that I cannot to highly recommend Ajer's Sarsaparilla to any MiaaMicted as I was."-Mrs. N. A. Smith, GIoer. Vt. "For years 1 suffered from scrofula and !UmmI dieae. The doctors' prescriptions and several so-called blood-purifiers lielug f no avail, I was at last advised by a friend to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. 1 did so, ami now feel like a new man, being fully restored to lialtli."-C. N. Frluk, Deeursh, Iowa. Ayer's Sarsaparilla mir-AKin sr DR. J. C. AVER & CO., Lowell. Mass, 8eU by DnuMWiJ. l..utl. Wurlht about PHBST MILWAUKEE BEKR. BEST Oa aeeouat of Purl! 7, Ami aad SUmmtk. MKDE Frost tha Cfcekwat Malt aad Haas, EaaasiaHf aaod FOR FAMILY USE. Hiiiggehil far Wask aad WnliHHatad fr lU3Uat 1 - .Ugff aVaaZ at, IUHbI tutA lspn &J uAb 1 we WXWtiiGlGti JUUV9ST. 703-705 Kofih Capiiil SL R. S.WIDDICOMBE Manager. NEV YORK BUFFET, ta TStftS 9MPr W. aSl iraaaat Uaaaas Is t& eAtf . ar ujum h. oomauai. tmvmcn. T itiy Ami Maw MaaAAbUMbWL fimuflse YUa , TVMssVMaaatW tMU MMJNHNa wasaps s a- ts haasyav ajaaaaa. S" B SJ JB3BSSSS- W wk c - L0W StiaUa'lAV PUtH, justm Tr am wa avb U. VUOO&UliT. PcuiXb.1 1. ft WinLjaBtaiiiiiiiiiiHaiKLaH aaa a a- 1 w mm -r m a m av BSBBjaartr.sr r.rj.-'- "-J ' UROTIIRHS. 64 Wsrren HOOVER & SNYDER J ZDsTe-w Store, 1217 Pennsylvania Avenue. ff-cu 515 Seventh Street NoiU. Jewelry Sold on Easy Weekly Or Monthly Payments, We aro the largest Credit Jowoleri la this city and eatrra lull lino of Diamonds Jewelry, Operates, And etsrjtWag foasd la afirst WM Jewelry Stare. TbM (KtoUs a ra all e a Mah eniar aad ar sold eaaar SPECIAL CREDIT SYSTEM, aad jm kavatas asaof thaaHleia ldia iailacfw it, a at) aaals aw itolirewrf to fr (;aa iwmllM t tiajBMBt. Ctalt aad m m. Oar pjaas aa taa J.OWJKT aad tasas tha KASIBfiT. Opaa fTtalajn S ttiili Siieit Hnlb't, Upstairs. TO THE LADIES, aa VsaUfttkai ol tos Titttt otrs saco unam Will ba oiwb tor aa afa. of ta Slaaar XaaufaoUutta- a saa as- r. waat faaatuaaMa las of whiaa aaa' ualr ka r(nuducea on our aivaHias. vbv it baaaUtttl wurk ant las. aii oaanoa sa an iavitad tocaU at our oatc x TUS SntUIB UTS OOVPAW. LVWlti BAB. Aauct ottS- t OppoelU U b rtal OSIlo lai'tm. WCaMSMA. ajuLH uiuddi mir Aad foa vai atsmw aaautUui arawt, MoUa as4. kiauatu. WbbuaJa Uooot. oot oar nrat Utjot aaj Uuluita avou Wat. U GALT , CO. Watches Silverware, Clocks la tha ol 11 ucuutas Burisa dcslcQ laERESjp SUNctvTork. mcefi0cts.B2lSliej Superior Quality -OF- 1 MI SHOES. FOR CLOW, EURNISHIHGS AND HATS. OO TO TUB Southeast Corner of Ninth and E Streets Northwest, Whcro OTerrboily coes. It Is tho greatest bargain comer In Washington. rnicBs to suit EVKnrDODr. Wocansnowyon tor trio oomtnssoason tho greatest Ilnoof t'M Gentlemen's Suits orer shown In ihe I)ltrlet, ami our SIO Dross Halt Is nitml to any 113 suit on Tth street. 0 also havo an elegant ltnoof Dors' Salts, IS to IS years, from $1 to 39. Children's Hull. II as to $(J. In Men's I'actaloons we are the toadon, as we manufacture every dollar's worth our selves, ami thereforo can save you 43 psr cent on every dollar Invested. We have tho lieittl pantaloons In too world; strict! jr all wool amt gnarantcoil never to rln, anil our !..v, J8 and fM pants are boroad competi tion. ltelow w mention a few prices of our Uats and Furnl-htng (ioods: IMtnlapstTlc.sold everywhere forft.30, at Miner's strto. M A at II M. Yonman's latest style, SS, at St.WS. Ask for our special 81 Derby. FUItNISIltNtl DKrAItTMBST. Ilargalns In Men's Underwear In all nnall tie from Xo u l. Sreolal line Pull IlreM t-Iilrtu at TSe un. tIIk Kmbroldered Hmtwnil rs. All the latest novelties In Neokwear at . M and Sue. When you get ready tnpuroliasa any of the above articles give us a call, OT1I AMI I'. HtS. N. tV. H. FRIEDLANDER, IWessrs.Lee&Shepard Announce the Publication ot a Library to be Called GOOD COMPANY SERIES, ULIIILUI - A -A A This teries will be issued in ironth'y par.s and will consist of choice worts by some of tlie Dest American ard Foreign Authors, upon various subjects, including Fiction, Biography, History, Essays, &c The initial volume of the series is now ready. hi W.ti W Be Cefliiete Itself, No, 1 The Blind Men and the Devil. SrWMKIAS. h 2 In Trust; or, Dr. Ber- Irand's HbiisH. VT AMJDUU M. BWWM.ai. h 3-Thfgi Mm Dillars, r oav oTa SiMki Pr!, (3 Per Year, lVSLYXlMMMWaS- SUlt NumbAM, 50e. af til booksoUow ya ajsy Maa ttUAaat? saat Byatfia aa tnrtp q uAbs LEE &. SHEPARD. PUBLISHERS, UOSTOK. Go to the Right Place FOR YOUR CLOTHING. When 50U want to bny an OVERCOAT go to a CLOTHING HOUSE. Don't go to a store where Oreroonta, Dresses, Chirm War, TolrSt Sets ami Patent Medicines are all tumbled toluer. It takes time, thought and special attention to sell Clothing to the pnlrc at our BED-ROCK PRICES. Onlv a First claw Clothing Ilotwe who makes a grant! S PBC I TK LTV of the mannfactttre of Clothing can tlo It. Our Clothing h inmle right at ottr own factories, where the best skilled culters and tailors are em r4orl. Yon pet good Clothing cheap when dealing with us. and owr one great stmUlty Is OVERCOATS. Just now our grand line of $6, $10 and $15 Overcoats are Interesting everyone. We know they are the beat value In Wash ington and that's the reason we're pushing them to the front. Our $10 and $12 garments are equal to any that merchant tailors charge $90 to $28 for. Made from good, substantial fabrics and lined and trimmed to elve the wearer satisfaction In every sense of the word. The OVER COATS we offer you are strictly tailor-made, from English Kerseys and Meltons and Auburn Meltons, Verumbo Chinchillas, Plain, Blue, Illack and Drown Beavers and Cheviots, Double-warp Casslmeres, fec. Some arc cloth lined and others lined with good farmer satin and sitln sleeve lining. Come nlong and take your choice at $10, $12 and $15. Sail rlRht In If you want an Overcoat and buy it direct at headquarters. ustiejw "5to:r,:k: -PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE 311 Seventh St. N. W. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS. McELROY'S HRT STORE, 1003 Pennsylvania Avenue. Summer Discount Until Further Notice. Etchings, Engravings, Water Colors, rtiotoptis end All Pictures Stock Ixcepl Artolypes at 20 Per Cent. Discount. f reolal attention paid to Framlnc, reelldlnx, Horinc an 1 Boxlns rieturoi and Mirrors. James B. Liambie, HKRDWKRE, 1415 New York Avenue, WASHIHGTOH, D. C. GRS STOVES, GAS HOT PLATES AND BOILERS. GASBOILERS, UAKE TEA Q:MFFEB GAS COOKING STOVES to cook for eight to thirty people. Just the stove lor summe; use, as the In stant the coolcing Is done you can extinguish the fire. FOR SAL WASHINGTON GASLIGHT COMPANY, 413 Tenth Street Northwest.' iflB8isi?lP" ' HHO" tMD K MW0l You CAMT g Lj-.ySg ' HUBT IT! TWTRUNK KCAHE FROM KwE5S.',aPfe Ml YOUE TRTJITK8 AKD IAEI18S S:5rEBSSl'S, 4tf Bf-uLt St K W , next w U04 Feiiow.' Hall $1.15 and $ 1 .50. IN 10 OB 15 KINDTS;. BY THK -AX RAirrtiiAiis. rs- s s y The Great Pennsylvania Houte To the North, West nd Southwest. ronM Trsck plTi!t(t Soenorv Steel Ralls Marntflocnt Kanlprrfnt In Fmrt Notmjitii i Trsrae ?eare WMnton. from ttntmn.cor jiw of Sixth and B street. s follow Ton Prmnirim and the West. thlfiTir.'m rted Kxpress of rnllman Vntltntl fir atw mamdal1i'Fat I.lnn. toiyiimdmir toCMcsfto, tytlnmhtis and st LnnK with 9teene Cars from Hanlstiorjr to m.lun apolta, rltUbnrc to Colnmhns: Altooiv to Chtoaito. Ht. Ints. Chtoajfoandnorinnntl Express, snprr.dallr- P.rlor car wth tncton to Itarrlsbntr, and S'eeplni firs Ilatrllmrt so M Lmtts, CWcatro and nn ctmwfl. ami Dlnlmr Car Ilarrlsbnre to st Lonls, Chtoairo and Cincinnati Western Express nt 7 44pm da'ly. with Sleorlnst Cars Wnshlnf ton to Chicago and st l., h., eonneetlnir datl at Harrlbnrit wi'h tbrongh Sleepers tar IjnlsTllle and Mm Sbls rnllman Dtnlnit Car rittsbnrg to Irhmond and Chicago t'Aclflc Kxir-, JO 00 p m dalty, f ir Plttsbnrt; and the vm, with thronfh 8 eepet to riltslmre and rtltsbnrfr to ( hleam. DALTlMonK AND POTOMAC lUtLTtOAD. Ton Kanb. Canandalirna, Roohester an I Nl agarn Falls dallr. except Sands? 1 1 1 a m For Bgta. Canandalirna snd Rochester dally: f r Bollalo ami Mara dally, except st nnlar, 10.00 p m.wlth Sleeping car Wjh Innton to Koehester. Fon WttMAHM-oitT Lock Haren and ElmiM, at 10 so a m dally, except Sunday Fon WiiAtAMsroirr. dally. 1 W p m For rHttAnnrRtA. Jfew Vork and the Et, 7 , 9 W). 1100 and It 40 am, 2 10.T15. 90, 5 40, It .00 and II i n m. Oa Bandar, o 00. 1140 a m, se 10, s IS, 4 . woo and lleoam Limited Express of rn Imin lMrlor ("ars, with Dtnlmr lar Itslilmorn to New York, 9 40 a m dally, except Snnday. 'Fob NkwTork only. Limited Kxpress with DlnlBte Car, 5.0D p m dtlly. For fnttADKLrntA only. Fast Kxpress 8 to n ra jvtek days nnd 4 p m dally. Express, snnday only. 5 40 p tn. Fon BotTo wltltout ohance, 8.10 a m week days and 3.15 p m erery day. Fon nno RtTit, N. Y., all through trains con nect at.!erey City with bo-iti or llrooklyn Annex affordttK direct transfer to Fulton street, nroldlngdon ule ferriage acrots Mew York City. Fon ati-aktic Citt, 11 Warn wcek-dayi, tt 30 p m daily. Fon IlAITIMonE,6 3S, 7 80.8 10,9 00,9 f). n.fO. 10 to. 11 00 and 11 40 a m, 1 05, S.10, IV 3 11. 400, 4.U0. 4 30. 5 W, R 40. 0 00, 7 40, 10Wan( ll.SOpm. On Etindny 0 00.0 05, 1" 50, 1149 S !5' VSx 3 1 V 30, 4 CO, 4.80, 5.00, 8.40, t,.00, 7 40, IP.ro and 11.80 p m. Fon Fora's CnatK l.isu. T.SOa m and 4.3) m dally, except Fnoday Fon AKNArni.is.7M and 0 00 ft m, 12.01 ai I 4.30 p m dally, except Sunday. Sundays ti oo n m and 4 so. WASllIhOTON 80UTIlKItN RAILWAY It Frrrct Noymnin 4nt, 1990. For ALKXAHDRtA, 4 30. 035, 7.45.8 10, 9.41, 10.57 nm, K.I I noon, 3 05,3.30,4.73 4.51,0.01, f.0, loir, and 11.39 pro. On Sunday m 4 10. 7 41, 9 15. 1C 17 a m, !8 JO, 6 01, 8.W and 10.03 ptn AiTwixoPATioN for Qimntleo. 7.1.1 a m and 4 55 ii m weekdays. 7 45 n m Sundays. Fon l(u nstoxn and Hie South, I 3d and 10.57 am dally. Accommodation 153 p m week days. TrAias leare Alexandria for Washington, 0 05,715.8 CO, 9.10.10 1.1, 11 07. am: t 90. .100. 22.214.171.124. O.Of, 7.1 5, OS", 10 37 and 11 03pm on Minday at 9 10 and 11.07 am; 2.00,5.10, 715.7.S9.9 Wand tOJfpm Tickets and Information lit tho oOlce, north east corner or Thirteenth street and Pennsyl vania aTcntio. and at the station, where orders can hulefl forllio checking otbag gsgo to destination from hotels and roil dences. ciias. k, rrnii, j. n wood. (lencral Manager. Pen l'asa. Agent. Jtnltittiuic ami Ohio Hal I road. Schedule In effect Juno 96, 1800. Leave WAhtngton from station corner of Itcw Jerter avenue and U street. For Cimcaoo and Northwest, Vost'bulod 1 Imlted express dally lljo a m, express 0.80 pm. Fon Cincinnati, bt. Iiuls and Indianapolis express daily 3.10 and 11.30 pm, Fon 1'iiTsBVBu and (.leroland, express dill l 30 a in and 8.40 p. m. For Li.xit.eToN and point In the Sheaindoan Va'ley, ll.'Onm. For ihrKiKTtR and way stations, t3.30 p m. For Li-hat, T8.30 and 8.40 p tn. For llAirtMonr, week days, 4 05,3 00. 8,13, 7JJ0 7.10 ,8.10 45-mlnHtes), 8.J0, 0.30. (It JO, 1K.00 45-mlnutesl a. m , 1. 10.S.15 (i.W 45 mlnntea), (3.15, 4.Vralnntes), 3 35, 4 90. 4 30, 4J ll.to, 45-ralnutes) 6.30 8.0U, 0.13, 0.JO, 7 10. T.30, 8 36, 9 to. 10 30 and I1 10 p. m.' Mindays. 4C5, 7.!W, 7.30, 8J0, 0.30 a ra. (18 c, 45 minutes) 1.00, IMS, (.50, iVinln ute)3., 4.,4 3, (150. 45 minutes) 9M. 0.18, 8.W, 7M, 8.35. 10.3. , 11.30 p m. For Wav bTATtoNs between Washington and lialtlmore. SCO, 6., 8 30 nm., W.I0.3.V3, 4.w, o tt. il x p m. Sundays, 8 JO a m., 10, 3,4.K,6.:,lt.30pm, Train, uayx lULTinoai for Washington, week days, 3.(0. 0.30, 6.30, 7.13, 7.J0. 8.00, 8J0, 885, 9.30 and 10.W, 10J5am.t U'.OO. 1.10. 10. 30, S 50, I ft), 4.15, 5.00, 0 U0, 8.30, 7.00, 7.0, 8.W. 8 30. 9 ( 10.10, 10J0 and 1 1.00 P m. Sundays, 8 30, 7 13. 8 30,8 M, 0 10, 10.30, 10 35 a IS., Ill 00 1 .06. 8 10, 3 30, 1.11, 6.00,6.30. 7.00,7 30,8 30.8J0. 1010, lOJOsnd ll.oJpm! For Annai-olis,6J6 und 8.) a m., U.IOsnd 4 80 p m. bundays. 8 30 a m., 4tl p ra. Leave Annapolis 6.35, 8.37 a m., U.03. 3e U. Sundays, 8 30 a m., 3.33 p m. For Stations on the Metropolitan tlrancu. teJO.JdJO a m.. J1.15 p m. For prlnclp.1 station only, 1 10.40 a m.,tl.30 and tSUiO pra. For IIockvillk and Way Stations, tl 35 p ra. For Oaithuboh and Intermediate pc'uts. t.W,10 00. til) a W tl.0O, M.00, 3 33 t., I10.W, til w pra. For Dotu'. and Intermediate stations ,7,00 pm. Church train leaves Washington on Sunda at 1 13 p ra., ttopptng at all stations oa Metropolitan Uraaeh. Foh Vhtutuu k. t 30, W.S0, J9.30 til. 30 a m., 11.15, t8.30. tl.3U p m. Fur IIaueiktom ,tIOm, and t3.30 p m. Trains ahbiti Irorn Chicago dally 11,15 am and 4 W p m: from Cincinnati and St. Louis d&liy 3. to a m aad 3 08 p m; from Fittsburi: 7.10 a m. 5.50 p m dally. NSW YORK l'HILADELPniA DmsiON. Fob New 1 ork, Treatoo. Aewark, N. J . and lllsaUtlj, N. J , 4 06. tS 00, 10.C0, 'UOO am. tw, iM and M0JW p ra. Buffet I'arlort arson all UytrlH. Sleeping Car oa tbo W.30 p ra, open at 9X0 p ra. For rMLAuau-tiiA, 'IM, t8 00, 10.00. 'WOO Boos, 1.50, 4.50, .U aad 30 p m. Fur xwARK, Del , WilmlBtrtoa and Cbester, I. 86, t. 00 a n, MOO buuo, .W, 150, 1.15 aad 38 pra. For isTiKUKMAvit wmnts tMitwiMO Baltimore and I'lliadnlpola, t(.0 and 17 30 a m, t3.W, IJOpra, Tkaim lkatk New York for Washington, Ou. til 39 aw, .00, .), 5.0u p in and W 13 Rtelit. Thahuhxavic IWla4elpUa fur Washington, 1JM. U.l 0.14. 11J4 a ra, 11-10, ii, LBA7 3pra. Ftw IhwTOj,, . p ra, with Pullman Buffet blihn Car ruudw tbruiMB tu Ututoa wkuMit cbastM, Vht rtHwtikeouato Briilge, latMlUiK run Miner, la B. Jt Jl. ktatiua at Nctloa. Fur ATLAkTie Citt, 4M aad WJ a in, I.'.oo auuB, tiiuutays, 4 86 am, i3 00u.xuaot M,3d ph ttjeapt nday. Deily. Ifiundayon'y, Hantagttvailwf foraatl eheckad f rum ho tel, and renklemrg. by Usdosi Trtuufer Cv on t rWr left at tkkai uMtum, tit and list Fa. a. and at detut. J. T. ODKLU CHAS. O SCULL. Cast. .Manager. Oea. Fau. 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